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April 04, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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Sik Brands as 'Lie' Tass Charge That Zionists Aided Him

LONDON (JTA) — Ota Silt, the
self-exiled Czech-Jewish econom-
ist, has denounced as "a racially
colored lie" charges circulated by
the Soviet news agency Tass that
he had accepted "Zionist money
from the United States" to over-
throw the Communist regime in
Czechoslovakia.
Sik's comment was published in
the Prague newspaper, Svobodne
Slovo. He wrote, "It is somewhat
awkward when a Communist
must respond to such a racially
colored lie of a Communist news
agency."
Sik, who was deputy premier
and chief economist in the reform
regime of Alexander Dubcek, fled
to Switzerland when the Soviets
invaded Czechoslovakia last sum-
mer. He visited Prague briefly
several months ago. He has been
a frequent target of the press in
Poland and East Germany.
Radio Prague commentator
Peter Pithart said in a broadcast
that anti-Semitism was seeping
Into Czech politics, especially as a
means for finding scapegoats for
"the nation's catastrophe." He
said that "It is perhaps not cor-
rect to speak about mass moods,
but the seed has been sown."
A spokesman for the Council of
Jews from Czechoslovakia said

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here that the millenium of Jewish
settlement in that country will be
celebrated by his group simultane-
ously with celebrations in Prague,
which are scheduled for next July.
He told JTA that the council plan-
ned to hold an exhibition and a
series of lectures. The group aids
Jewish arrivals from Czechoslo-
vakia to integrate into the life of
this country.

* *
Czech Editor Says Israel
Must Win Any New War
or Face 'Super-Pogrom'

LONDON (JTA)—The organ of
the Czechoslovak Writers Union
said in an editorial that Israel
must win any new war with the
Arabs to avoid a super-pogrom
"because the Arabs do not take
prisoners and the Israelis have
nowhere to retreat."
The editorial in "Listy," signed
by Peter Chudozilov, said "The
Jews do not want war, but if it
comes about they must not fail to
win. Think of this during the next
few days, at least for a moment."

Romania Refuses
to Sign Resolution
Condemning Israel

LONDON (JTA)—Romania, the
only Communist bloc nation that
still maintains diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel, refused to sign
a Soviet-backed resolution at an
international gathering in Moscow
that condemned Israel for aggres-
sion against the Arabs in the Mid
East.
The Romanian delegate, Justice
Minister Andrian Dimitriu, stood
firm against the resolution, pre-
sented at a conference on the pro-
secution of Nazi war criminals.
He said he was not authorized by
his government to sign anything.
The resolution also attacked
West Germany for allowing "re-
vanchist" and "neo-Nazi forces"
to step up their activities, and the
U.S. for "aggression" against
Vietnam.
Dimitriu spoke out in support of
demands that West Germany abol-
ish the statute of limitations on
war crimes prosecutions which
goes into effect at the end of this
year and attacked the U.S. on
Vietnam. But he refused to say
a word against Israel.

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The writer said he had visited Is-
rael and found that "Almost
every second person to whom I
spoke carried on his arm the
brand mark of a German concen-
tration camp. Others had lost
their father or mother."
"It may be well to remind you
that Jews have been system-
atically murdered over the last
2,000 years," Chudozilov wrote.
"Not many among us know that
most of the immigrants to this
new Jewish state came earlier
in the century from Poland and
Russia because these countries
were the scene of the most fear-
ful and comprehensive pogroms.
To this very day, wrecks can
be seen along the coast of Is-
rael of ships sunk by the British
although they were packed with
Jews in flight from Hitler's
hell."
In Tel Aviv a Czechoslovakian
radio commentator who warned
last week that the seeds of anti-
Semitism were being sown anew
in his country, told an audience
that the "Czechs' struggle for
freedom and liberty and Israel's
struggle for peace and security
are inseparably linked." Peter
Pithard is attending an inter-
national symposium on peace
sponsored by the leftist magazine
"New Outlook," as the official
representative of the Czech Writ-
ers Association. Another partici-
pant is Prof. Georgio A. Lafira,
former mayor of Florence.

Poles Seize Ex-Policeman
on WW II Murder Charge

LONDON (JTA)—Polish author-
ities have arrested a former Uk-
rainian policeman who is alleged
to have taken part in the mass
murders of Poles and Jews during
the Nazi occupation of Poland in
World War II.
The Warsaw newspaper Express
Wieczorny reported that Piotr
Malicki, 57, was recognized by
villagers in Prchacz where he
commanded a police station in
1941-42. The state prosecutor is in-
vestigating the charges against
him.
In Vienna two high Austrian
'Pollee officials were sentenced
to prison terms by a Graz court
for participating in the wartime
murders of Polish Jews.
Gerulf Mayer, a police major,
received an 11-year term after he
was found guilty of having mur-
dered an adult and two children
and of having participated in the
liquidation of the Polish village
of Poska-Skala in which 29 per-
sons were killed.
Alfred Luser drew a seven-year
prison term for killing six persons.
The two have appealed the ver-
dicts.
A 66-year-old former SS man,
Franz Friedrich Wirth, went on
trial in Hanover Monday on
charges of shooting Jews while
he was a member of an Einsatz
commando unit in Russia in World
War IL He is accused of com-
plicity in 40 cases of murder.

Italian Leftist Upset
by 'Anti-Zionist' Front

ROME (JTA) — A writer in a
left-wing journal says "crude anti-
Semitism" is emanating from ex-
treme leftist parties in the guise
of anti-Zionism. Pietro Buttita, an
author and journalist, noted the
appearance of anti-Semitic leaflets
and inscriptions in Rome streets
during public demonstrations and
while President Richard M. Nixon
visited Rome last month.
Writing in Opinion, a weekly
published by the left-wing of the
Nenni Socialist Party, Buttita said
the authors of the leaflets were
neo-Nazi and neo-Fascist groups
but that they shared the anti-
Zionist attitudes of the extreme
left-wing parties.
"Are we not in the presence of
anti-Semitism originating in non-
traditional quarters?" he wrote.
Buttita is the author of "The
Seventh Day," a book about the
June 1967 Arab-Israeli war.

Friday, April 4, 1969 - 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rocky Urged to Help N.Y. City University

NEW YORK (JTA) — The New
York Board of Rabbis and the
local chapters of four national
Jewish organizations have urged
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and
the State Legislature to reconsider
planned cuts in the budget of City
University in order to ensure
"higher education for all high
school graduates regardless of
race, color or creed."
Telegrams to the governor and
minority leaders of the State Sen-
ate and Assembly were signed by
the American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
Jewish Labor Committee and the
New York Board of Rabbis.
The plea was motivated by grow-
ing concern that the lack of need-
ed funds would curtail admissions
to City University. Chancellor Al-
bert Bowker announced that the
university may be forced by lack
of funds to establish quotas repre-

sentativo of the city's population.
Jewi1i organizationss are concern- ...
ed that such quotas would work to .
the detriment of the Jewish stu-
dents. Efforts are being made to
arrange a meeting between the
governor and representatives of
the Jewish organizations.

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